About your Search

20120925
20121003
STATION
CNN 29
CNNW 29
FOXNEWS 19
WHUT (Howard University Television) 7
WRC (NBC) 7
FBC 6
KGO (ABC) 6
KPIX (CBS) 5
CSPAN 2
KQED (PBS) 2
WETA 2
WJLA (ABC) 2
WMAR (ABC) 2
WTTG 2
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 148
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 151 (some duplicates have been removed)
're also looking at the hayward commune, hayward, union city and fremont. traffic is getting busier by the minute. the dumbarton bridge not looking all that bad as you drive into san francisco. there's the runway with delta taking off on. there will be fog delays -- taking off on the runway. there will be fog delays. you will see the air delays -- in fact, if you are expecting someone call the airlines and make sure they are not late. 7:07. let's go to steve. >>> sal, thank you, sir. well, a lot of fog out there. i mean for september. usually this time of year temperatures start to warm up. the coast and the city. it's not happened. it's been a cool, cool pattern. there are signs that maybe this weekend that could turn around a little bit. we've been stuck for the longest time. morning fog, sunny. temperatures very similar to yesterday. about the same tomorrow. it looks like temperature also start to warm up inland. maybe we can sweep that fog away with a north-northeast wind. the official high this year should be 70 degrees. 62 -- i mean, every day, 62, 63, 64. i mean, it's been a
. the positions pay $87,000 a year and will be paid out of the city's reserve funds. antioch working to fill 13 vacant officer positions. >>> for the first time in seven years san francisco health officials confirming a resident of the city has the west nile virus and they say that person caught it locally. kira klapper joins us with more. >> reporter: the san francisco man who has west nile hasn't traveled outside the bay area that leaves health officials to believe he was infected locally although unclear in which county. his case was first reported september 21st, again the first case in san francisco since 2005. that man is recovering at home. since 2007, three dead birds in the city have tested positive for the virus most recent dead bird infected found near city college indicating the virus is in our environment this year. the doctor says it is no reason for any of us to panic there are many who come into contact with the disease who don't become sick. >> only one out of five become ill. more likely to have fever, aches and pains like a flu-like illness and not know that they were infecte
of the city's reserve funds. antioch working to fill 13 vacant officer positions. >>> for the first time in seven years san francisco health officials confirming a resident of the city has the west nile virus and they say that person caught it locally. kira klapper joins us with more. >> reporter: the san francisco man who has west nile hasn't traveled outside the bay area that leaves health officials to believe he was infected locally although unclear in which county. his case was first reported september 21st, again the first case in san francisco since 2005. that man is recovering at home. since 2007, three dead birds in the city have tested positive for the virus most recent dead bird infected found near city college indicating the virus is in our environment this year. the doctor says it is no reason for any of us to panic there are many who come into contact with the disease who don't become sick. >> only one out of five become ill. more likely to have fever, aches and pains like a flu-like illness and not know that they were infected with west nile virus. only one out of 150 will
in damascus in allepo, three syrian cities that are now battle grounds. >> reporter: in one city this would be bad enough. in three this is a disaster. this is now the reality of three main cities in syria. the troops fighting rebels for control of whole districts. aleppo is syria's biggest city, a business capital. engulfed now in the business of war. it's now being destroyed to make it safe. syrian troops are on the offensive in the country's third city, homs. recapturing many areas from what they say are foreign fighters and extremist muslims. rebels, they say, directly armed by arab states. in one district they took they showed us what they said was an abandoned rebel headquarters. backed with saudi arabia markings scattered around. a makeshift scaffold with ropes and a meat hook was there. they said rebels tortured and hanged people here. we have no way of proving this. the u.n. mostly accuses the regime of mass torture, but says rebels are guilty of human rights abuses too. but it's clear this is a dirty war. here in homs and every city. no one is safe. no fate is spared. krern church
to peace. here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. partly sunny in new york. 72 degrees. miami a few thunderstorms, 88. mostly sunny in chicago, 66. partly sunny in dallas, 94. 83 in los angeles. let's check your national forecast. rain expected for much of the northeast and mid-atlantic states. scattered showers and thunderstorms will extend along the ohio valley and central plains. some of those storms can be severe along the ohio river. upper midwest and great lakes area cool and pleasant. west coast and south will be fair and pleasant as well. in sports this morning less than a week to go in baseball's regular season, in the tightest divisional race in the american league central the chicago white sox and detroit tigers entering wednesday's action. tied for first. chicago hosting cleveland. top of the eighth inning, the indians, first homer of the year to put cleveland up 6-4. that's the final score. detroit can take sole position of first place. tigers trail kansas city 4-1. after a solo shot in the fourth detroit comes back. bottom half of the frame, two00
. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events, more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. sleep train's inveis ending soon. sale save 10%, 20%, even 35% on a huge selection of simmons and sealy clearance mattresses. get 2 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. even get free delivery! sleep train stacks the savings high to keep the prices low. but hurry, the inventory clearance sale is ending soon. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> just >>. >> rick: just over five weeks to election day and candidates are doing what they can to get their message out and media seem to be he
in july in 20 major u.s. cities. on average the standard & poor kay schiller index report prices are up 1.2% thanks to more sales and fewer foreclosures. second straight year-over-year gain after two years without one. if you notice how expensive it's getting to fly. get a load of this. baggage fees are taking off with u.s. carriers hauling in more than $1.7 billion in just the first half of this year. that's the most ever. delta collected the most, nearly $430 million. airlines first started charging for the first checked bag back in 2008. since then just about all the carriers have jumped on board. what are we going to do? >> i know. >> boycott flying? >> they charge for bags, window seats, leg room. they will start charge you to use the bathroom. >> i'll pay for that. >> good point. coming up on the morning news, smart cars get the green light. so-called driverless cars move another step closer to becoming reality in california. this is the morning news. e morning news. becoming reality in california. this is the morning news. [ white ] in my kitchen the heart of a great dish is a grea
the third consecutive month in 20 cities reported positive monthly changes. melissa: thanks so much. you remember greg smith from goldman sachs. he rode the op-ed about the new york times. [talking over each other] melissa: he has a book on the way charlie gasparino tells us how the author and some big banks are preparing -- lori: let's check the dollar and how it is fairing. not a significant move. there is a tug-of-war going on regarding greece and spanish yields are higher and back with more in a moment. i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >> 20 minutes past the hour. japanese coast guard vessels sho
dallas is on track to be one of the fastest-growing areas for jobs in this country. the city is projecting to add 380,000 jobs over the next five years. how is dallas bucking the unemployment trend and spurring job creation? joining me is mike rollins with the weekly answer. according to stats on your state or your city, very impressive for july. your unemployment rate was 7.4% and well below the national average. a lot of people think is the oil and gas industry but when i look at stocks that is not it. >> we are very diversified. we are one of the last to go into the recession and first to come out. first of all we are geographically located in a great place so we have a lot of corporate headquarters here. investing in the future, we don't just freeze up but put more public infrastructure and any time in our city's history in the middle of the recession, we are a city of opportunity. people come to make it and make it now. don't want to get caught up in a lot of political stuff or non partisan city and all about business, making it happen and that spirit of growth is alive
momentum in july in 20 major u.s. cities. on average the standard & poor kay schiller index report priced are up 1.2% thanks to more sales and fewer foreclosures. second straight year-over-year gain. if you notice how expensive it's getting to fly. get a load of this. baggage fees are taking off with u.s. carriers hauling in more than $1.7 billion in just the first half of this year. that's the most ever. delta collected the most, nearly $430 million. airlines first started charging for the first checked bag back in 2008. what are we going to do? >> they charge for bags, window seats, leg room. they will start charge you to use the bathroom. >> i'll pay for that. >> good point. coming up on the morning news, smart cars get the green light. so-called driverless cars move another step closer to becoming reality in california. this is the morning news. [ white ] in my kitchen the heart of a great dish is a great tasting stock. knorr homestyle stock. it's concentrated with just the right ingredients simmered to perfection. delicious. knorr homestyle stock, tastes like stock made from scratch.
city, holding signs that read "liberty" and shouting out against iran. inside iran's president mahmoud ahmadinejad did not mention his nation's controversial nuclear program. instead he accused big powers like the u.s. and israel of being bullies. >> translator: continue threats by the uncivilized zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this bitter reality. >> reporter: the comments prompted harsh words from israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu as he headed to the u.s. for a speech of his own. israel fears iran is building a nuclear weapon, and in response netanyahu has threatened military force. tuesday president obama pushed for a peaceful negotiation. >> make no mistake, a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be contained. >> reporter: both countries boycotted ahmadinejad's speech, staying away in observance of the jewish holiday yom kippur. >> we have to make a statement today. the obama administration did make a statement. we're not going to listen to him anymore. >> reporter: former u.s. ambassador nicholas burns called
is at league headquarters here in new york city. hi, ann. >> reporter: good morning, matt. you know, this is about much more than just the seattle/green bay debacle. there are some who believe the very integrity of the nfl is at stake here. players and coaches are frustrated. its loyal fans are angry and all because the referees, who are usually the least popular people on the field, have been replaced by men whose skills are now under serious question. you can feel the frustration on the streets. >> that's why we're here. you messed with our packers. >> reporter: on late night comedy. >> the replacement refs have a new slogan. close enough, that's fine! >> reporter: in the twitter sphere and even at the white house. everyone seems to have the same wish as the president. hope the refs lockout is settled soon. >> i don't think anybody wants a big chunk of any football season being officiated by guys who honestly have no business on the field. >> reporter: pulled from the ranks of smaller colleges and high schools, the replacement refs have had their share of runnins are players and c
values in 20 cities rose more than 1.5%. so we're seeing a trend here because this is the third month in a row that housing prices have gone up. a good thing about these rising home prices, it is falling foreclosures. what happens is as the home values increase, you wind up having more equity in your home, that means fewer borrowers are under water. that's a good thing. brooke? >> i've seen people asking us on twitter, is it the time to buy? is it? >> well, you know, of course it is a personal decision, but, sure, prices are going up. if you were once on the fence about buying, you may want to consider taking the plunge. all the data makes it look like the bottom is holding. look at mortgage rates. the record lows, it is another incentive to buy. last week, the average 30-year fixed hit 3.49%. that's down from 3.55% the previous week. the big caveat, you got to still have pretty stellar credit to qualify. so the reality, the harsh reality is home buying is still out of reach for a lot of americans. the good news is that home values are going up against and interest rates are staying l
able to go around in various cities and helping to create mentorships and apprenticeships, just, giving young people the sense of possibility. and opportunity. >> she should run for office. but she said she doesn't want to. >> look, i mean, michelle would be terrific, but temperamentally, i just don't think -- >> no, it is absolutely true. it take is a lot of patience to be the president of the united states. i'm not that patient. >> michelle obama, not that patient. well you can see the entire interview later this morning on "the view." >>> secretary of state hillary clinton here in new york for the u.n. general assembly talking about the wave of anti-american anger in the middle east. urging muslims to display dignity and not resort to violence after the film that lampoons the prophet muhammad. clinton met with the leaders of afghanistan, pakistan, libya and egypt. >>> in suburban den version the movie theater where july's shooting massacre took place will be opening. a dozen killed. 60 wounded in the attack. the mayor of aurora, colorado, says an online survey shows residents believe
. he arrived yesterday in new york city. the first thing he did, he went to sit down not with world leaders but with the ladies of the view. the president will not be sitting down with any world leaders during the u.n. which is extremely rare. last year he had 13 meetings. so critics are accusing the president of putting his reelection efforts ahead of diplomacy but jed white house spokesman jay carney said the president is hosting two receptions for world leaders during the unand he speaks with them on the phone all the time. >> the fact of the matter is the president does not wait for an annual meeting to have consultations with foreign leaders and they will continue. >> reporter: the. is expected to focus -- the president is expected to focus much of his speech today on this man iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad. mr. obama will say the u.s. will do what it must to make sure iran will never obtain a nuclear weapon. this comes after ahmadinejad's speech yesterday at the u.n. in which he called israel -- [ no audio ] >> kristin fisher is live near the white house this morning. >
to get to the scene of the crime. they haven't been able to get to the city? >> reporter: they say the f.b.i. investigation needs to play out. there are no f.b.i. agents on the ground in benghazi because the security situation is too ten us on. the chairman of homeland security it smacks of a pre-9/11 mind set. >> one thing we learned back on september 11th, no longer assume these are criminal matters, they are terrorists, terrorist attacks. >> reporter: and late today the democrats on the senate foreign relations committee sent this to the deputy secretary of state. for more information on the attacks and security arrangements neither the u.s. or libyan government had intelligence prior to the attacks. >> shep: the leader of israel delivered a warning to the world only months remain to stop iran from developing a nuclear bomb. benjamin netanyahu spoke this afternoon. his comments come one day after iran's president addressed the same leaders at the u.n. and today the israeli prime minister warned that iran could enter the final stages of enriching uranium for a potential bomb by next su
.2 shaker hit in the late afternoon, 47 miles north east of the city of la paz, followed by a 4.8 and 4.6 aftershock a few minutes later. so far there have been no reports of any major injuries or significant damage. >>> with that we'll take look at your wednesday weather. new york, d.c., boston, see showers in the morning. thunderstorms in the late afternoon. summer though hangs on in florida and georgia with the possibility of some afternoon storms. >> it's warmer than usual in texas. had a chance to visit texas last week. loved my time there. and oklahoma. dallas, mid 80s. see 92 instead. chicago, minneapolis. cooler than usual temperatures. pleasant to the northwest. seattle at 60. of course, everybody is warm and cozy in seattle after the seahawks' win. >> and the glow of a false victory must be cozy, yeah. >>> all right. a very lucky 12-year-old boy is celebrating his first kiss, not from the girl next door -- >> ooh. >> -- not alone under the trea or behind the high school gym like some folks. >> first came love, then came marriage, then k-i-s-s-i-n-g. no, this boy's first smooch
at a huge rally actually. very excited crowd in westerville, ohio, near the city of columbus and franklin county, and -- according to the most recent polls, mr. romney has some catching up to do with president obama. latest cbs quinnipiac new york times polls shows romney trailing by ten points in ohio but introduced by jack nicklaus a superstar in the state of ohio and mr. romney is hoping that helped. >>> checking other top stories at 16 past the hour, soldier at fort hood in texas charged with manslaughter after shooting a fellow serviceman. police say the soldier use add gun to scare away his friend's hiccups but the gun accidentally discharged and hit the 22-year-old man in the face. the two had been drinking. >>> despite calls from fellow republicans to step down, missouri representative todd akin is staying in the race. yesterday was the last possible day to remove his name from the november ballot, but the candidate who caused a firestorm after his comments about "legitimate rape" says he has one purpose, and that is replacing democrat claire mccaskill. >>> we want to show you rem
here in new york city. the protesters gathered outside the united nations. this as the iranian president ahmadinejad set to address the u.n. inside. joining us is a senator. what do you make of the fact he's speaking today? here's ahmadinejad on the world stage. >> he's obviously trying to get attention. this guy is reviled by most of the people in the world. the only good news i can say is this is probably his last appearance on the world scene at least as far as new york is concerned. trying to figure out what this guy -- this guy is doing is something hard to figure except he's always looking for attention. one of the problems is right now many times we mistake infamy for famous. this guy is infamous, not famous. connell: i want to talk to you a little bit about -- >> he's on his way out. connell: i want to talk to you a little bit about how this is affecting and foreign affairs are affecting our presidential election. as a democrat president obama receiving a lot of criticism for not meeting this week at the general assembly at the u.n., in front of world leaders. what's yo
what he's like as a debater. >> governor romney, was new york a sanctuary city? >> absolutely. called itself a sanctuary city. in fact, in the welfare reform act president clinton brought forward said they were going to end the sanctuary policy of new york city, the mayor actually brought a suit to maintain its sanctuary city status. >> it's unfortunate, but mitt generally criticizes people in a situation in which he's had far the worst record. for example, in his case, there were six sanctuary cities. he did nothing about them. there was even a sanctuary mansion at his own home, illegal immigrants were being employed. not, not being turned in to anybody or by anyone. >> you're still wearing a red tie, by the way. different tie, though. >> hope so. my wife would be very upset. >> not to debate that particular issue but what's he like as a debater? >> he's a good debater. i think 11 debates i did with him. he didn't lose any of them. a few of them he won. a couple he won really well. i don't remember him ever making a big mistake, the kind of mistake that can live after you which is th
® rewards. save up to $7 on zyrtec® products. here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. partly sunny in new york. 72 degrees. 88 in miami. 66 in chicago. 94 in there's a. 83 in los angeles. let's check your national forecast. rain expected for much of the northeast and mid-atlantic states. scattered showers and thunderstorms will extend along the ohio valley and central plains. some of those storms can be severe along the ohio river. upper midwest and great lakes area cool and pleasant. south will be fair and pleasant as well. in sports this morning less than a week to go in baseball's regular season, in the tightest divisional race in the american league central the chicago white sox and detroit tigers entering wednesday's action. chicago hosting cleveland. top of the eighth inning, the indians, first homer the year to put cleveland up 6-4. that's the final score. detroit can take sole position of first place. after a solo shot in the fourth detroit comes back. two-run homer. makes it 4-3. later in the inning, austin jackson tie it up here. that's a solo home run. we g
for the annual meeting of the general assembly. as president obama arrived in new york city today, mitt romney is focused on comments the president made to "60 minutes" about whether the recent events in the muslim world gave mr. obama pause about supporting the arab spring movement. the president said no. >> i'm sure there will be bumps in the road. >> reporter: in pueblo, colorado the republican nominee berated the president accusing him of down playing the serious threats. >> he said the developments in the middle east were bumps in the road. yeah, that was my reaction. bumps in the road. we had an ambassador assassinated. >> reporter: the white house insisted the president was referring broadly to transformations in the region. >> there's a certain attempt to grasp words and phrases to find political advantage and in this case that's profoundly the case. >> reporter: this debate comes before an intensely serious international back drop not just unrest in the muslim world but iran's alleged nuclear weapons program and its potential threat to u.s. ally israel. iran crane's president mahmoud
all the cities, villages, and towns, but it doesn't have all the roads and the bridges and the stop signs. so there's a lot that we have to do to connect the dots. >> experts say that for now, most breast cancer patients will have to wait for clinical trials and dozens of drug studies. that process can take ten years or more. abc news, new york. >> another ten years. i mean? >> seems like a long time doesn't it? >> seems like a long time when you're talking 40,000 women that have died. according to many breast cancer experts these findings confirm that cancers need to be treated according to their genetic components rather than their location in the body. so, at least that sort of advances the research a bit further i thin tick. >> outstanding. coming up, the all-star, stars. it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9%
the salt lake city olympics and was a very successful governor. how did he get so clumsy so fast? in fact, the problem is not romney. but the new republican party, given the direction it has moved and pressures from the extreme, powerful elements, any nominee would face the same challenge. can you be a serious candidate for the general election while not outraging the republican base? fox news anchor brit hume refused to dwell on romney's economic policies he would put in place. why wouldn't mitt romney fluent in economics explain his economic policy? because any sensible answer would cause a firestorm in his party. it's obvious with a deficit of more of 7% of gross domestic product, any solution to our budgetary problems has to involve spending cuts and tax increases. ronald reagan agreed to tax increases when it hit 4%. george w. bush did when it was 3% of gdp. but today's republican party is organized around the proposition that no matter the circumstances, there must never be a tax increase of any kind. the simpson-bowles proposal calls for $1 for every $3 of spending cut bus every re
and minneapolis wake up to some crisp, fall air, with temperatures there in the 60s. dallas, oklahoma city and boise are warmer than usual. phoenix, right about average at a still sweltering 97 degrees. >> is it ever going to cool down there? >> i don't know. >>> millions of jews around the world are marking the day of atonement. yom kippur, israel shuts down its air space and locking border crossing. >> here in the u.s., the holiest day of the jewish calendar is observed with fasting, prayer and religious services. >>> when we come back on this wednesday morning, fasten your seat belt. we're going to tell you about the record haul that airlines are making on baggage fees. >> you won't believe the number. >>> also this morning, strength in the housing market. even in the hardest-hit cities around the country. >>> and what we're learning now about the replacement refs at the center of the giant football firestorm. >>> you're looking at live police and protesters clashing in the streets of madrid, as demonstrations against spain's tax hikes and government cutbacks turned violent. the austeri
with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how met marilyn... giada... rely good. yes! ♪ this girl is on fire [ malannouncer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events, more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowcheering, use clicks ] [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ le announcer ] you start your day... [ h ] love you, too. ...thinking about what's important to you -- your family... ...the mortgage... the kids' college tuition. [ cellphe ringing ] but life insurance? [ hornonng ] lifes edbl that's why at fidelity life we want you to think about term life insurance -- taking care of your family's future expenses if something happens to you. it's easy. we get to know you and your needs, then give you our best quote and r competitors'. you choose and save up to 70%. that could mean $250,000 of coverage for just $15 a month. we offer plans with no medical exam, and we've been in business for over 100 years. ca
contributor in his slum landlord business, in inner city chicago. >> so, wolf blitzer, joe johns myself had an opportunity to ask questions of the candidate in myrtle beach. do you remember the energy in that room. i mean you knew when they went after each other the battle was on. it was game on time. you had cheers. you had jeers. all that. and people remember those moments. what do you think -- what do you think the president -- what do you think he learned out of that experience? >> you know, i thought about that for a while today, suzanne. i think the president clearly perfected his style. it was pretty clear to me that he started seeing even then that any flashes of anger on his part were more likely than not to go over poorly. so in that debate that you and in moderated together with wolf, we saw efforts by hillary clinton who was also running for president at the time to get under the president's skin, to get under mr. obama's skin again and again and again. it looked like to some degree there in south carolina both hillary clinton and bill clinton were sort of -- were sort of going
of the pentagon. bill neilly is getting access in one side of the country. >> reporter: in one city this would be bad enough. in three it's a disaster. but this is now the reality in the three main cities of syria. the regime's troops fighting rebels for control of whole districts. aleppo is syria's biggest city and business capital engulfed now in the business of war. the damage is extraordinary. the death toll inkal campbell. syrian troops are on the offensive in the country's third city, homs, recapturing many areas from what they say are foreign fighters and extremist muslims. rebels they say directly armed by arab states. in one district they took they showed us what they said was an abandoned rebel headquarters. bags with saudi arabian markings scattered around. a makeshift scaffold with ropes and a meat hook was there. they said rebels tortured and hanged people here. we have no way of proving is. the u.n. mostly accuses the regime of mass torture but says rebels are guilty of human rights abuses too. but it's clear this is a dirty war here in homs and in every city. no one is safe. no
evening i'm lou dobbs, world leaders descending on new york city for the united nations general assembly. president obama, and iranian mad man, mahmoud ahmadinejad is in this great city of ours at this hour, leader of the freeze world choosing to hang out with the ladies of the view, while mahmoud ahmadinejad reiterates his threats against israel, this time from american soil. president, signing secretary of state hillary clinton to deal with world leaders who asked to meet with the president of the united states, of some of these world leaders part of a trouble fusioa --troubling new trend thy they can tell the most powerful nation on earth what to do. telling new york time over the week that america needs to find more respect for muslim values, the united states must respect the arab world's history and culture even when that conflicts with western values, pakistan foreign minister, questioning our constitution, saying that american which rethink its commitment to freedom of speech, and benjamin netanyahu urging president obama to accept a red line regarding iran's nuclear ambitions, a
york city right now. carl, was it expected mitt romney would start the day on foreign policy? >> reporter: well, sure. clinton global initiative virtually guaranteed that. after the terror attacks in benghazi that left the u.s. ambassador dead the mr. romney was clear he would give additional foreign policy speeches in today's speech in front. cgi. we can expect him toe be particularly critical are president for what romney has said has been an inadequate assertion of american values overseas during this mounting violence across the middle east and north africa. this morning at this event with president clinton mr. romney joked about how nice it is occasionally to have introduction from bill clinton and suggested he will wait for the bounce. a reference to the one that president obama got after the democratic national convention insofar clinton's speech was the one best received there. romney holding his partisan punches talked a lot about the world's problems. he says he has a plan to deal with u.s. foreign aid would in essence link it to trade and develop nations willing to
just talking to our contact in benghazi. he said one of the key militias in that city is it falling into line with the government. we've been out and about here in tripoli. we visited one compound where militias were driven out by libyan security forces but there are new protests planned for here and in benghazi on friday. a sign maybe the folks here aren't too sure what is going on with the militias. amid new concerns some of their weapons are going into the wrong places. one militia commander says a lot of the shoulder-fired rockets that he was holding on his base had disappeared in the turmoil of the past couple of days. those kind of shoulder-fired rockets are the kinds of things that terrorists like to get their hands on, bill. bill: what about this investigation, the probe into the killings, where does that stand today, greg? >> reporter: right now two weeks ago ambassador stevens body as as well as the body of three other americans would have been back in germany on the way to the u.s. evacuated from this country after the attack on the consulate. right now at this time we do
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 151 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)